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Myakka Skunk Ape

Posted on Wednesday, July 5, 2006
Uploaded by American Chupacabra
Myakka Skunk Ape
Image credit: CC-BY-SA-3.0 David Barkasy / Loren Coleman

Uploader comment: One of two photograph taken in 2000 by a woman who claimed to have encountered the creature at the edge of her back yard, the pictures were sent anonymously to the local Sheriff's department in Florida.

Image status: UNEXPLAINED The 'Myakka skunk ape' was photographed in 2000 by an anonymous woman in Florida, she believed at the time that the creature was an escaped orangutan however it is still unclear as to whether this was the case or not.


Recent comments on this image
Comment icon #10 Posted by death worm on 7/23/2006
cool. it lokes real to me.
Comment icon #9 Posted by mystery dude on 1/20/2007
Man thats one scared old man.....
Comment icon #8 Posted by Gallimaufry on 6/2/2009
If you look at the cropped version, you can see that it's a picture of an ape propped up behind the plants.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Classified Document on 11/30/2010
Look how the eyes reflect off the camera flash, awsome!
Comment icon #6 Posted by Littlehawk on 11/30/2010
anyone know if any official image analysis has been performed on this picture?
Comment icon #5 Posted by DizzyBone on 12/5/2010
REAL
Comment icon #4 Posted by Decro435 on 1/14/2011
Looks like an escaped orangutan as she said..
Comment icon #3 Posted by mgessel on 2/8/2011
if my back yard looked like that i would be moving
Comment icon #2 Posted by Smithers on 5/5/2011
lol This almost looks like a blanket over an old man with a beard.
Comment icon #1 Posted by kitco on 6/18/2011
it turns out this was an escaped Chimpanzee that has been living in the swamp for a while, apparently peopl let them go??
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